Communicating Hope in an Age of Despair
Making Ecocide an International Crime
The Shadow Ombudsman for the Future
The Good Life Redefined
Risk-taking for a New Sustainable Society
Using the Law to Save Us
Defender of Those who Defend the Earth
Putting Argentina’s Right to a Healthy Environment to the Test
GMO Crusader Fights for “Kids Right to Know”
Counting the Hidden Costs of Doing Business
The Hidden Powers of Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms
Our Real and Virtual Water Footprint
In Defence of the Amazon
Reclaiming Argentina’s Riachuelo River
The Legal Rights of Future Generations
Ecuador, the Yasuní-ITT Initiative, and the Rights of Mother Nature
Fighting for a Community’s Legal Right to Say “No”
Wild Law inPractice
Gunned Down for Dissent in the Peruvian Amazon
Denmark's renewable energy and community 'magician'
Building a post-capitalist global movement
On how finding environmental solutions can be “messy”
Getting to the wild heart of earth rights
Transforming the European Union
Recognizing the rights of Mother Nature
Waiting for justice in Ecuador’s Amazon rain forest
On how to rediscover our ‘sense of place’
Équiterre: Linking environmental and social justice
Creating a new cultural narrative
Speaking the Hard Truths and Getting Heard
Fighting for Our Right to a Healthy Environment
The World of Politics from the Perspective of a Climate Scientist
The World's First Commercial Rooftop Farm -- and the Future of Food
Profound Lessons from Indigenous Law
Defending Democracy and Water Rights in the Face of Globalization
A Way of Living Shaped Over Millennia
Bhutan's Prophet of Gross National Happiness
Bhutan's Quest for Gross National Happiness
A New Definition of Progress and Growth
The Wild World of Robert Bateman
Education for a Green Future
The Animals We Are
Seeing the Future in the Ruins of the Past
Financing the Green Economy
Living Lightly on the Sea
Why Salmon are Sacred
The Prophet of Deep Ecology
Treating Earth Like Dirt
The Ocean in Peril
How Many Fish in the Sea
Replacing the 'Suicide Economy'
What Can One MP Do? Plenty.
Wild Fish, Aquaculture and the Future of Communities
The Climate Change Denial Industry
A Grandmother Goes to Jail
Culture-Jamming with The Yes Men
Celtic Mass For The Sea
The Poet of Trauma Farm
The Rich Life of The Moneyless Man
Sufficiency, not Surplus
Patagonia: Growing the Sustainable Company
Your Right to a Healthy Environment
Transition Towns: Finding the Future - Together
Back to Eden: The transformative and vital power of plants
Reinventing the Auto -- and the Auto Industry
Points of Light in a Time of Darkness
One Man's Fight to Save the Atlantic Salmon
Marine Protected Areas and a New Generation of Scientist
The Future of Oil: Scraping the Barrel
Resilience - and the Follies of the Realists
The Supply of Oil and the End of Globalization
The Outlook for Environmental Wars
The Perils of Politics
Building a Genuine Progress Index
The Bird Detective and the Silence of the Songbirds
The Geography of Hope
The Father of the Ecological Footprint
The Petro-State of Canada
The Sage of Barefoot College
Exploring Aboriginal Wisdom
The Voice of the Forest
Taking Gaia's Temperature
Reflections of The Whale Warrior
Slaughter in the Ocean
Battling the Gene Pirates
The first Green Interview Book!
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The right to breathe. The right to clean water. The right to wholesome food.
Air, water, food – these are the sources of life. Without them, we die. And in most nations – more than 180 nations, in fact – citizens are legally entitled to these essential elements of life.
The Cameron-Simmins Family Transcontinental Reading and Screening Tour, September-October 2016
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Film and Book
For the last four years, the Green Interview team has been working on a set of films and a book about environmental rights, all based in the Green Interviews themselves. The details are at www.GreenRights.com – and we’re almost done. The last components are a full-length documentary film, GreenRights: The Human Right to a Healthy World, and a companion book.The film will be fabulous; if you liked Defenders of the Dawn, you’re going to love Green Rights.
The book is Warrior Lawyers: From Manila to Manhattan, Attorneys for the Earth. It contains a 13,000-word essay (which has drawn rave reviews from advance readers) plus carefully-edited interviews with 15 amazing lawyers from nine countries. It too will be finished by the end of June, and will be published by TheGreenInterview.com. You can pre-order it from Silver Donald Cameron’s website, here.
Silver Donald Cameron and his wife, Marjorie Simmins both have new books this fall. They’ll be promoting the books and screening the film in October when they make their way across the country in a motorhome, with many stops along the way. There will be preview screenings in Antigonish and Halifax, NS, but the grand premiere will take place October 5 in Ottawa. The tour will stop at at several universities in southern Ontario, details TBA, before moving on to Thunder Bay, Winnipeg, Brandon, Regina and Calgary en route to Vancouver, arriving late October and staying for the winter.
The David Suzuki Foundation is planning to sponsor and help organize some events in BC over the winter, and the film will probably also be presented at the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference, held in February in Eugene, OR, which has been called “a Woodstock of public interest environmental lawyers.”
New Green Interview web site
The long-term benefit from all this activity will be, we hope, a great increase in subscriptions to www.TheGreenInterview.com which will allow us not only to continue, but to grow. Anticipating a lot more traffic, our web wizards have been rebuilding the site, making it much cleaner, more dynamic, and far more friendly for both for our visitors and for our own team. If you’re reading this, the site is up and running — and we’d love to hear what you think of it.
Stay tuned! It’s going to be a busy and interesting summer, and a very exciting fall.
I live here. This is my home. I could leave, take my children and go somewhere else. But what happens to the rest of the people who live here? What happens to the indigenous people who have been here all their lives? I try to do my duty to the extent possible by respecting nature, people, life, and so that there is justice. I do what I must.